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Stella McCartney designs clothing based on 'Maleficent'
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Mar '14
c: WWD/Courtesy Photo
c: WWD/Courtesy Photo
The English fashion designer Stella McCartney, multiple award-winning American actress Angelina Jolie and the diversified multinational mass media corporation Disney have teamed up to create an exclusive kids’ fashion collection based on the upcoming movie ‘Maleficent’.
 
Targeted towards little girls and boys between the ages of 4 to 14, the 8-piece Maleficent-inspired collection will include colourful princess dresses, edgy T-shirts and several stylish accessories.
 
The collection is slated to be available for sale at both Disney and Stella McCartney online and brick-and-mortar stores worldwide, as well as some select international kids’ outlets from the end of April, 2014.
 
About 10 percent of the proceeds collected from Stella McCartney’s stores and online sales will go to the SOS Children’s Villages, an organization which provides homes to homeless children.
 
Based on the character of Disney’s most iconic villain Maleficent from the 1959 classic film ‘Sleeping Beauty’, the Angelina Jolie starrer ‘Maleficent’ will be premiered on May 30, 2014.
 

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